In his keynote for Microsoft Ignite 2021, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella stressed on the fact that cloud computing will play a phenomenal role in shaping the digital world of the next decade. He reaffirmed that it will be cloud that will foster resilience, improve organization’s time to value, increase agility and reduce costs.
Organizations and Businesses in today’s times rely more than ever on Data and Information for business-critical decision making. Every app or service that is built or used either generates data or consumes data. Microsoft Graph is that service which is specifically designed for the purpose of consuming this data in Microsoft 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security.
Microsoft 365 comes with a suite of applications and services like SharePoint, OneDrive, PowerApps, Power BI, just to name a few, that cater to your critical business needs. One such service is Exchange Online which is a one stop solution to your organization’s communication needs. TrnDigital offers seamless Exchange Online Migration services. Whether you are using an On-premise exchange server or you are on a third-party mail server, migrating to Exchange Online is what you should be considering.
SharePoint Online is Microsoft's cloud-hosted version of SharePoint in Office 365. It provides many of the same features as the on-premise SharePoint product, like team sites and document libraries and integrates with other Office 365 apps and services such as Planner, Teams, OneNote, and Stream. SharePoint is a platform that can be used to develop Intranets, Extranets, Collaboration Portals, Websites and Applications.
Migrating to Microsoft 365 is in most cases a hassle-free process. But there can be instances where this fairly simple activity turns out to be a complex manoeuvre. So, the question may arise, what makes this supposedly simple process a complex one? Most would agree that it is Planning, of course. Read on as we put forth a series of factors that contribute to having successful planning in the course of migrating to Microsoft 365.
Collaboration is the key to success in all facets of life, especially so when it comes to running a business. Businesses this year have faced multiple disruptions, fluctuating demands, and uncertainties, but those who have bounced back have had an ethos of collaboration built-in.
Packed with features for productivity, its easier to upload files to the cloud, communicate with co-workers and be more productive with Microsoft 365.
Conversational AI is a ‘brain’ that enables computers to understand, process, and respond to voice or text inputs in natural ways, and is typically used in conjunction with bots or virtual agents. It can communicate just like human beings by recognizing speech and text, understanding intent, decoding languages, and responding in a way that imitates human conversation. We have advanced from a world where people had to be learned about and adapt to computers, to one where computers are learning how to interact with people. Microsoft comes with Azure Bot Service and Bot Framework to help develop conversational experiences in applications.
Since its inception, Microsoft Azure has seen a tremendous transformation in the way it provides cutting-edge Cloud services.